Zieman's research focus is in contraception and abortion. She is the author of Managing Contraception and has served on the CDC committee creating contraceptive guidance for the U.S. She is the former editor of Familty Planning for www.uptodate.com, a global contraceptive consultant and current Board Chair, Reproductive Justice for National Council of Jewish Women, Atlanta. She previously served on the Board of Feminist Women's Helath Center of Atlanta
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Demonstrates that the quick start method of providing birth control pills is feasible and acceptable.
Demonstrates increased contraceptive failures in overweight users.
Addresses concerns about women who have implanted or in situ medical devices undergoing magnetic resonance (MR) imaging engender the need for testing.
Suggests that obesity is associated with an increased risk for oral contraceptive (OC) failure. Conducts a case-cohort study in South Carolina to examine the association between body mass index (BMI) and OC failure by using population-based data sources.
Examines the pharmacokinetics of a non-oral route of administration for misoprostol, now the mainstay of medication abortion